The Chord harmonica is an essential part of ensemble performance and Suzuki offer the most exclusive instruments of it's kind for your performance goals. Major and 7th chords are arranged on the upper row, and Minor, Diminished and Augmented chords are arranged on the lower row, which makes chords and the melody very easy to play.
Of the two models, SCH-24 and the SCH-48, the SCH-24 has 5 chord patterns, 6 keys, including a bass note, which can can be played in five chords and is the smaller model of the two.
Contruction: Plated steel cover plates, ABS resin bodies.
Dimensions: 310 x 35 x 75 mm (12.20" x 1.38" x 2.64")
Weight: 670g (1.48lb).
Accessories: Case and cleaning cloth.
Optional extras: HMC-4 microphone.
The SCH-48 has a greater range, 5 chord patterns, 12 keys, but lacks the bass notes of the SCH-24, and is ideal when played alongside the SDB-29 and SDB-39 Double Bass models. It is valved and contains double reeds which create a rich and bright timbre.
Contruction: Polished stainless steel cover plates, ABS resin bodies.
Dimensions: 595 x 35 x 60 mm (23.43" x 1.38" x 2.36")
Weight 1.243g (2.74lb).
Accessories: Velvet lined hard case with protective gig bag, strap and cleaning cloth.
Also see the BCH-48, a bass version of the SCH-48.
Jacob Venndt demonstrates the SCH-24 and SCH-48 Chord Harmonicas made by Suzuki.